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WPTavern: WPCampus Scheduled for July 12-14 in St. Louis, MO

WPTavern: WPCampus Scheduled for July 12-14 in St. Louis, MO

WPCampus, an in-person conference dedicated to WordPress in higher education has announced its third annual event will be held July 12-14 at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. The call for speakers is open until April 7th. The event is two months before WordCamp St. Louis which will also be held at Washington University.

WPCampus held its first event in 2016 in Sarasota, FL, and its second in 2017 in Buffalo, NY. The schedule is not yet finalized but to get an idea on what to expect, check out the video presentations from previous events. Organizers expect about 200 attendees and are accepting sponsorship inquiries.

Tickets are not yet available but those interested in attending can sign up to the WPCampus mailing list where ticket information will be distributed first.



Source: WordPress

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